Russia: Australia's Goalkeeper pays for DOZENS of relatives to attend World Cup

SOT Mathew Ryan, Australia national football team goalkeeper: «Would have been 25, 27, around that number?» SOT, Journalist: «27! More people than the Australian squad!» SOT Mathew Ryan, Australia national football team goalkeeper: «You know, I try to give back to them a little bit, for me personally to share it ...» SOT, Journalist: «You paid for it?» SOT Mathew Ryan, Australia national... Еще football team goalkeeper: «Yeah, I covered the trip for them. But like I said, for me to share the experience like this with them, you know it's going to be something that I will remember for the rest of my life.» Australian goalkeeeper Mathew Ryan confirmed that he paid for up to 27 family members to travel to Russia to support him during the 2018 World Cup, speaking at the press conference in Fisht Stadium, Sochi on Monday. «I covered the trip for them. But like I said, for me to share the experience like this with them, you know it's going to be something that I will remember for the rest of my life,» said Ryan. «I asked the family members if they were interested, if they were able to come across and half of them said yes, so half of them are still at home. So, it's a little bit better for the bank account, I guess,» joked the Australian keeper. Australia will face Peru in their final group stage match on the pitch of Fisht Stadium, Sochi on June 26.

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